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Negotiating the Curriculum
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"Negotiating the Curriculum" presents a continuing international conversaton about the theory and practice of curriculum negotiating in the classroom at elementary, primary, secondary and university levels. It focuses on the art and science of teaching which will increase students power and performance. In doing so, attention is given to questions of student motivation and engagement, the quality of learning, curriculum programming strategies for classroom organization and issues of student assessment. It shows how the ideal and the actual, with all the constraints that apply, can be linked to produce a dynamic, productive and resilient form of teaching and learning, fitted for the 21st century.
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Part 1 Theoretical And Technical Framework Foundations: Negotiating The curriculum, G. Boomer; negotiating the curriculum - programming for learning, J. Cook; curriculum composing and evaluating - an invitation to Action Research, G. Boomer. Part 2 Cases: Negotiating Mathematics, S. Hyde; sharing power in the classroom, S. Hyde; an open letter - New York to Adelaide, S. Siegel and E. Skelly; a response - Adelaide to New York, G. Boomer; Postscript, S. Siegel And E. Skelly; Negotiating Education, J. Reid; negotiating the curriculum - action research and professional development, J. Reid with B. Thwaites; learning to Negotiate/Negotiating To Learn, N.B. Lester; On Beginning To Negotiate, C. Cook; negotiating interdisciplinary teaching and learning in secondary English/Social Studies, C. Louth And D. Young; Negotiating, Language An inquiry - building knowledge collaboratively in the classroom, C.S. Onore. Part 3 New Theoretical Perspectives On Negotiating Thee curriculum: all reforms are not created equal - co-operative learning is Not Negotiating The Curriculum, N.B. Lester; Parents, Teachers, School and system - negotiating the school curriculum, J. Cook; one, two, three, four - how do you stop the classroom war? two, four, six, eight - it's Easy, Just Negotiate, P. Thomson; Why We Learn Is What And How We Learn - curriculum as possibility, C. Onore and B. Lubetsky; negotiating the curriculum - archaeologists in search of meaning, N.B. Lester and G. Boomer; Negotiating The Curriculum Reformulated, G. Boomer.

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